The first segment demonstrates the arm's ability to dynamically adjust for position and orientation changes. The task is to mount a bearing and seal on a crankshaft. Next, the arm is shown changing tools and recovering from a run-time error. Finally, a cinematic first: two robot arms cooperating to assemble a hinge. Topics: robot arm, Stanford AI Lab, SAILDART, SAIL film
Robot guns are being increasingly employed in automotive manufacturing to replace risky jobs and also to increase productivity. Using a single robot for a single operation proves to be expensive. Hence for cost optimization, multiple guns are mounted on a single robot and multiple operations are performed. Robot Gun structure is an efficient way in which multiple welds can be done simultaneously. However mounting several weld guns on a single structure induces a variety of dynamic loads,... Topics: FEA, Geometric NL, Stress Reduction, Robot Gun Structure, Dynamic forces in Robot arm, Ansys.